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2015/03/27 17:26
2015/03/27 17:26
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... upon the findings in the mid-fifties, when he decided to save money for his primate-research laboratory by breeding his own lab monkeys instead of importing them from India. Because he...
2015/03/27 17:26
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2015/03/27 00:38
2015/03/27 00:38
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Enlarge this puppy to check out Saffir's coolest features. (Click to enlarge.) U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Saffir stands for "shipboard autonomous firefighting robot." I could just stop here and...
2015/03/26 10:15
2015/03/26 10:15
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The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory has found that some types of rubber provide corrosion protection—and potentially better ballistic protection—for amphibious assault vehicles. This is important to...
2015/03/24 13:08
2015/03/24 13:08
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... malaria program, primarily due to the termination of our September 2012 agreement with the U.S. Naval Logistics Command, as compared to the comparable prior year period and $0.4 million...
2015/03/23 12:46
2015/03/23 12:46
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Operation IceBridge, an airborne survey of polar ice, successfully completed its first Greenland research flight of 2015 on March 19, thus launching its seventh Arctic campaign. This year's science...
2015/03/23 10:19
2015/03/23 10:19
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... and excesses by GSA officials. (J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press) Staff at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory in Washington spent more than 9,000 hours during five months last...
2015/03/19 13:39
2015/03/19 13:39
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The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) has found that some types of rubber provide corrosion protection—and potentially better ballistic protection—for amphibious assault vehicles (AAVs). This is...
2015/03/19 10:17
2015/03/19 10:17
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... create large-area magnetic graphene which could be easily patterned. Now, scientists from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have found a simple and robust means to magnetize graphene...
Read more at PhotonicsOnline, PhysOrg
2015/03/18 11:39
2015/03/18 11:39
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... the environment on a satellite and its systems in Earth orbit. Vanguard 1 was the second U.S. satellite in orbit, following Explorer 1, and remains the oldest artificial object orbiting...
2015/03/13 22:17
2015/03/13 22:17
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... in 2014. The December 2014 unemployment rate is low at 4%, well below those of the U.S. (5.4%) and Maryland (5.3%). The county remains one of the wealthiest in the country with per...
2015/03/13 13:40
2015/03/13 13:40
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... by scientists around the globe, and piping a nearly continuous data stream into your research laboratory. That is exactly what scientists at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in...
2015/03/13 03:08
2015/03/13 03:08
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... advancements in the fields in which Paul Ehrlich worked, in particular immunology, cancer research, microbiology, and chemotherapy. The prize is presented each year on March 14, the...
2015/03/12 18:41
2015/03/12 18:41
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... near 1 inch (25 mm) per hour in a wide band of thunderstorms west of the center. At the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, TRMM data was overlaid on infrared cloud data from Japan's MTSAT-2...
2015/03/09 23:19
2015/03/09 23:19
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... and competed in international amateur ice hockey championships. Ben G. Julian, weather research technician Ben G. Julian, 94, a Naval Research Laboratory weather research technician from...
2015/03/07 23:19
2015/03/07 23:19
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... Hamburg from 1945 to 1948 before marrying Francis J. Galbraith, a career diplomat who served as U.S. ambassador to Singapore from 1966 to 1969 and then to Indonesia until 1974. She volunteered for...
2015/03/06 11:39
2015/03/06 11:39
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... Drexel University doctoral student Kristy Jost, who's threaded her way into the forefront of research on conductive yarns. Using a process, called "Natural Fiber Welding," which was developed...
2015/03/05 14:09
2015/03/05 14:09
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... axes to break into two clean rooms containing nine satellites being built for the U.S. government. Lumsdaine took his axe to one of the satellites, hitting it over 60 times. They...
2015/03/04 16:55
2015/03/04 16:55
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... wrong.'" In search of even more experimental data, Malvankar traveled to Brookhaven National Laboratory for two years to further evaluate the structure of Geobacter pili with sophisticated...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2015/03/01 06:26
2015/03/01 06:26
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... is little doubt that Al Qaeda intends to and can detonate a weapon of mass destruction on U.S. soil,” members of a bipartisan commission on national security wrote the following year. More...
2015/03/27 17:26
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